There are quite a few Firms that track Corporate Credit and other “Business Health Indicators.” Although all of these Firms use a variety of proprietary methods and “grades” by which to rate companies, they all collect much of the same information. The Firms most often consulted in order to review corporations or business for Credit and Risk profiles include:

• Experian™
• Dunn and Bradstreet (D&B™)
• Client Checker™
• Business Credit USA™
• Equifax™
• FDInsigh™
• Lexis Nexis™

Some of these Firms specialize in smaller businesses, others in the whole lot, but it is important that you know what criteria they use in rating or profiling a company, and that you strive to meet the appropriate criteria in order to maintain or improve your Corporate Credit Rating.


Building Business Credit: How Business Credit Scores Are Calculated

Business credit scores range from 0 to 100, with 0 representing a high risk and 100 representing a low risk. Scores are based on a number of factors contained in your business credit report.

• Number of trade experiences
• Outstanding balances
• Payment habits
• Credit utilization
• Trends over time
• Public record recency, frequency and dollar amount
• Demographics such as years on file, Standard Industrial Classification codes and business size

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